MHA Monday Report May 21, 2018
Posted on May 21, 2018
State Economists: Revenues Coming in a Bit Better Than Expected
State Treasurer Nick Khouri and the directors of the House and Senate fiscal agencies met May 16 for the Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference, during which the latest state revenue projections were officially presented … Read more
Hospital Trustees Updated on Legislative Issues
Several MHA-member hospital trustees and chief executive officers gathered at the MHA Capitol Advocacy Center May 15 for a day-long education session on health policy topics and other state issues … Read more
Register by June 15 for MHA Excellence in Governance Fellowship
Strategic thinking is a critical skill for all healthcare leaders, and healthcare organizations are made stronger through governing boards who work in strategic partnership with management to achieve the best for their patients and communities … Read more
MHA Launches Blog from Healthcare Thought Leaders
The MHA has launched a new blog, MHA Rounds, which will be home to updates from MHA leadership on trends and more in the healthcare and public policy fields. The May CEO Report is available on the blog now … Read more
The Keckley Report
One Industry, Two Views: Which Will Be our Future State?
“Two major national meetings last week showcase the current landscape in U.S. healthcare: the Annual Membership Meeting of the American Hospital Association in Washington and the Inaugural HLTH: The Future of Healthcare Summit in Las Vegas. ...
“Two big events: one aim—to offer a perspective about the future of our industry.
“AHA sees the transformation of America’s hospitals from inpatient and outpatient facilities to systems of health that manage health, wellbeing and affordability for communities. HLTH sees a future void of sectarian barriers that reinforce old ways of doing business. It envisions technology-enabled solutions that deliver better care at lower cost.”
Paul Keckley, May 14, 2018
News to Know
Upcoming events and important healthcare news for the week of May 21:
- The Member Forum on Workplace Safety will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Saginaw Campus of the Central Michigan University College of Medicine.
- The Women in Data Science (WiDS) Lansing conference will take place from 8 a.m. to 3:35 p.m. Wednesday at 2123 University Park Drive, Suite 150, Okemos.
- The MHA Legislative Policy Panel will meet from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday at the MHA Capitol Advocacy Center, Lansing.
- The MHA Monday Report will not be published May 28 in observance of Memorial Day.
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